Traditional vs. Tankless Water Heater

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Designed for efficiency

The benefits of switching to a state-of-the-art tankless water heater system are endless. Whether you're trying to save space, conserve energy or extend your supply of hot water, a Rinnai tankless water heater can help you.

Designed for efficiency, Rinnai’s Tankless systems save your family money on utility bills by meeting ENERGY STAR qualifications. It could also increase the value of your home by improving your Home Energy Rating System (HERS) index.

Rinnai also gives you different options when it comes to sizes, saving space in your home unlike traditional hot water heaters. With Rinnai there is no need to replace the system when it goes down, you just replace parts.

Morris-Jenkins infographic comparing tankless vs tank gas heater

Endless hot water

Say "Goodbye!" to cold showers in the morning or rushing to be the first in the shower. With a new tankless water heater, you're no longer limited to the standard 40 gallons of hot water. The possibilities are truly endless!

Infographic comparing the energy usage of a tankless water heater to a traditional tank water heater

A better fit for your home

A new tankless unit is roughly the size of a carry-on suitcase. This means it can be installed in a variety of less traditional spaces without taking up space in your laundry room or hall closet.

Installed indoors or outdoors, a tankless heater is more like a fly on the wall instead of an elephant in the room.

Durable efficiency

These units can last up to two times longer than traditional tank units. Unlike their tank counterparts, tankless units have the advantage of replaceable parts. If a tank heater has a parts failure, you would be stuck with buying a whole new system!

Go tankless!